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Vespasian rescued by his son Titus, illustration from The History of the Nation

by Richard Caton Woodville

Vespasian rescued by his son Titus, illustration from The History of the Nation - Richard Caton Woodville
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Vespasian rescued by his son Titus, illustration from The History of the Nation - Richard Caton Woodville

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English: "Vespasian rescued by his son Titus, illustration from The History of the Nation" oil on Canvas.
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Richard Caton Woodville

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